St. Louis, Missouri
June 18, 2000
June 18, 2000
June 21, 2000
5.328.1 - 5.328.18
High Tech Presentations The Easy Way
by Hugh Jack Padnos School of Engineering Grand Valley State University
This session will present successful methods of utilizing high tech systems to make presentations in the classroom as well as at conferences with emphasis on the procedures and pitfalls involved. Activities covered will include internet, CDROM, video streaming and multimedia presentations.
This is not a formal paper, but instead a set of notes that will support materials discussed in the workshop. Some additional materials can be found at the authors website (http://claymore.engi- neer.gvsu.edu/~jackh).
3. Presentations in General
• Different purposes for presentation; - academic lectures - short technical presentations - short non-technical presentations - long workshops
• Main presentation types; - board with chalk/markers - overheads - slides - video - computer with data projector
• The main elements in a computer based presentation are; - electronic slides - software demonstration - other media types, including sound - distance connection
Jack, H. (2000, June), High Tech Presentations The Easy Way Paper presented at 2000 Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. 10.18260/1-2--8425
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